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An American flag that circles the Washington Monument is seen split nearly in two June 12
Study: Americans more divided along party lines than ever. By STEVEN SHEPARD
Can a Divided America Survive?
The Confederate battle flag flies outside the South Carolina Capitol the day before it was taken down in July. (Richard Ellis/EPA)
The minority majorityAmerica's electoral system gives the Republicans advantages over Democrats
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How Identity, Not Issues, Explains the Partisan Divide
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrive aboard Air Force One to survey hurricane damage
Jewish women pray at the women's section (R), which is separated from the
(Washington Post illustration/iStock images). By Yuval Levin
Just How Divided Are Americans Since Trump's Election?
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Is America more divided by race or class?
Mothers of the Movement stand on stage prior to delivering remarks on the second day of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center, ...
More Americans feel Obama's presidency divided the country than brought it together
U.S. President Donald Trump listens to a reporter's question as he walks on the South Lawn
One of Trump's midterm rallies. Photo: Mark Peterson/Redux
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The media exaggerates negative news. This distortion has consequences | Steven Pinker | Opinion | The Guardian
Portrait of Mugambi Jouet, a lecturer at the Stanford Law School.
There have been big advancements in the acceptance of the transgender community in recent years but some divisions over their rights remain.
Blacks and whites see racism in the United States very, very differently - CNNPolitics
Trump's team appears unfazed by the feeling among Palestinians that they are being cast aside.
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General Kearney's gallant charge at the Battle of Chantilly, painted by Augustus Tholey. Kearny
In five words tell us what the election says about today's America
A tattered American flag flies over a heating business in Youngstown, Ohio on March 2
We're Not in a Civil War, but We Are Drifting Toward Divorce
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Anti-war protesters rally together in Washington DC at a demonstration about the killings at Kent State. Leif Skoogfors / Getty Images
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According to the latest PBS NewsHour, NPR and Marist poll, 53 percent think Donald
The results: Listening to a political opponent isn't as awful as getting a tooth pulled, but it's trending in that direction. It's certainly a lot more ...
LexingtonDonald Trump made a dreadful miscalculation over the shutdown
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Christine Blasey Ford at the Senate judiciary committee hearing, where Republicans could not hide the
Forty-eight percent think protests by NFL players during the National Anthem are respectful.
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Coming apartFifty years after Martin Luther King's death: a divided America
America Wasn't Built for Humans
Nancy Gibbs speaks at the Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center on Nov.
DETROIT, MI - SEPTEMBER 24: Members of the Detroit Lions take a knee during
On many racial issues, whites and blacks see different realities. For example, African Americans were far more likely than whites to disapprove of grand ...
Democrats Are Wrong About Republicans. Republicans Are Wrong About Democrats. | FiveThirtyEight
America has been punctured by a deep and angry division over political and social issues.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva participates in an event to commemorate the 38th
Rural Divide. Politics. Rural America lifted Donald Trump to the presidency. But any suggestion of rural America as near-monolithic in its support for the ...
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Deep division is seeing many Americans unwilling to live, work or socialise with those of
A Trump supporter cheers at a pre-election rally, left, and a woman
Riders pass in a wagon with an American flag at the Owsley County Saddle Club trail ride on April 19, 2012, in Booneville, Kentucky.
A majority of both sides agree that he was at least "probably" guilty," and never before have black and white Americans been closer to agreement.
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Hillary Clinton was not just the first female presidential candidate to win the popular vote but the first to be nominated by a major ...
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And unlike other proposals for making voting more representational, RCV might go some way to dampening down the dynamics that have made American politics so ...
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President Obama, joined by Brittany Packnett, of the President's Taskforce on 21st Century Policing, at a White House meeting Wednesday. (Carolyn Kaster/AP)
... said when asked about Trump's actions over this issue, the country supports the NFL by almost two-to-one and says Trump's comments were inappropriate, ...
Red State, Blue City: How the Urban-Rural Divide Is Splitting America - The Atlantic
... though nothing had actually changed about the economy. What changed was which team was winning. The economic prospects of the country suddenly looked a ...